The pilot of a helicopter which crashed and killed 10 people was deemed “very good” in a proficiency check just months before the accident, an inquiry has heard.
The pilot who handed over to the crew of the helicopter involved in a fatal crash in Glasgow said he has never experienced a low fuel warning when in flight.
The Clutha Inquiry: Official investigation into what led to catastrophic helicopter crash begins at last
On Monday, 1,956 days after it happened, 60 seconds of silence opened the fatal accident inquiry into the Clutha helicopter crash.
TONIGHT the Clutha Vaults pub in Glasgow will fall silent to commemorate those who died in a tragic helicopter crash five years ago.
ANGER. Frustration. Confusion. These are emotions the families of those killed in the Clutha tragedy no doubt feel at this moment.
THE father of a Clutha victim has branded the five-year wait for an inquiry into the tragedy “absolutely pathetic.”
Pressure mounts on Justice Secretary as another police chief is sent home and Clutha probe delay slated
MICHAEL MATHESON was under escalating pressure yesterday as a police chief was suspended and prosecutors were accused of failing victims.
CLUTHA disaster campaigner John McGarrigle has been arrested after an alleged bust-up with a neighbour while out walking his dog.
FAMILIES of those killed in the Clutha helicopter crash have called for black box flight recorders to be fitted in all passenger-carrying aircraft after a report on the causes of the tragedy left them with unanswered questions.
FAMILIES of those killed and injured in the Clutha helicopter crash are set to receive the final report on its causes almost two years after 10 people died in the tragedy.